The Uncrackables

James Poulos over at Culture11 takes a look at the lessons learned in Iraq in relation to our dealings with Pakistan:

“Soberminded assessments of the whole concept and execution of the war in Iraq stand to offer policymakers and politicians much, if not much new, in the way of wisdom. But — as understandable as it may be — our continued reinforcement of an Iraq-centric way of looking at this troubled world may well lead us to bark up the wrong tree. The most important lesson we can learn about international affairs and our place within them may have nothing at all to do with Iraq — and everything to do with Pakistan.”

The whole thing:

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